The article by Bruno Latour “Technology is Society Made Durable”, written from the field of Science, Technology and Society, drove me to consider some of his thoughts in the context of the creation-research processes which result in the production of a work of art and technology, heading into the context of stage production.
It is assumed that when we face a project to create some work, we think of it as a goal to meet, as a result. Generally, widespread publicity of the process undergone for the creation of the work is subordinated to the information on what the work deals with.
As it is well known, the works of art which make use of contemporary technologies have destabilized certain categories that looked like time-honored traditions, ranging over interactive and generative systems, artificial intelligence, virtual reality immersion, etc. But, what happens to the process of work creation?